Collette Reveals Fam Trips For 2018/19

by Jessica Montevago

Collette has unveiled its fam trip lineup for the 2018/19 travel season.

The Rhode Island-based tour operator is offering travel advisors 10 itineraries: Highlights of South America, Costa Rica: A World of Nature, India’s Treasures, Exploring the Alpine Countries, Treasures of Egypt, Maritimes Coastal Wonders, The Northern Lights of Finland, Heritage of America, Spectacular Norway, South Africa, Victoria Falls & Botswana, Dubai & Abu Dhabi, and Colors of Morocco.

“We know how important it is for our agent partners to see first-hand how our tours operate,” said vice president of marketing Courtney Iannuccilli. “We want agents to experience as many destinations as possible to give them the expertise that their clients expect.”

Agents qualify for free fam trips by booking 15 or more passengers on the same air-inclusive tour of equal or higher value within 12 months of the fam’s return.

To apply online or see the specific dates or, go here. Collette recommends applying as soon as possible, as space is limited. 

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